Conversations About Autism

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Conversations About Autism – Autism and Feeding

Please join us as we continue with our new video series, Conversations About Autism, which replaced our Autism 200 lectures, for this month’s conversation titled- Autism and Feeding: What makes eating such a struggle?

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Conversations About Autism – Life in the Community

Please join us as we continue with our new video series, Conversations About Autism, which replaced our Autism 200 lectures, for this month’s conversation titled- Transition to Adulthood: Life in the Community.

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Conversations About Autism – The College Experience

Please join us as we continue with our new video series, Conversations About Autism, which replaced our Autism 200 lectures, for this month’s conversation titled- Transition to Adulthood: Community Based Services (The College Experience).

Conversations About Autism is a series of 60-minute live-streamed sessions created for providers and caregivers of children with autism who wish to better understand the autism spectrum disorder. In this session we had planned a conversation about accessing community based services when transitioning to adulthood. However, as we began the planning, we had the opportunity to Read full post »

Conversations About Autism – Transition to Adulthood

Please join us as we continue with our new video series, Conversations About Autism, which replaced our Autism 200 lectures, for this month’s conversation titled- Transition to Adulthood: Getting Started. Read full post »

Conversations About Autism – Early Communication

Please join us for Early Communication: how to communicate with your child with Autism as we continue with our new video series, Conversations About Autism, which replaced our Autism 200 lectures.  

 Conversations About Autism is a series of 60-minute live-streamed sessions created for providers and caregivers of children with autism who wish to better understand the autism spectrum disorder. In this session we will have a conversation about early communication. This is a great conversation to listen to if you have a loved one with autism who is non-speaking or struggles with verbal communication. Our conversations will include a speech language pathologist, a parent with a child with autism as well as a non-speaking adult with autism. I hope you can join us and be a part of that conversation.  Read full post »